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Oct 16, 2017

Today we’re heading back into the land of funk, american muscle cars, and sport coats. We’re talking about The Rockford Files starring James Garner and created by Roy Huggins and Stephen J Cannell.

 

 

  • Review of Pilot
  • James Garner (Terra)
  • The Rockfiles Files theme
  • Roy Huggins (Naz)

 

 

 

We let you decide what’s next! This week’s theme is an October special...scary shows. You can choose from: The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and The Outer Limits.

Pick your favorite and let us know which show we’ll cover for the next episode.

You can follow our glorious podcast empire at @electricstream on twitter or visit our website at electricstreams.com.  We want your feedback! Let us know what you thought of this episode, maybe a show you’d like us to cover, or you just blatantly disagree with a host and want to voice your 2 cents! Message us at feedback@electricstreams.com.  

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Oct 3, 2017

Today we’re looking love american style and going back to the 1950s, when leather jackets were worn by lovable rebels. This was a show that inspired Lucas’s American Graffiti and helped launch the largest franchise ever seen, Star Wars. We’re talking about Happy Days

 

  • Review of Pilot
  • “Jumping the Shark”
  • Garry Marshall
  • Happy Days spin-offs

 

 

We let you decide what’s next! This week’s theme is procedural drama. You can choose from: Hill Street Blues, The Rockford Files, and Dragnet.

Pick your favorite and let us know which show we’ll cover for the next episode.

You can follow our nascent podcast empire at @electricstream on twitter or visit our website at electricstreams.com.  We want your feedback! Let us know what you thought of this episode, maybe a show you’d like us to cover, or you just blatantly disagree with a host and want to voice your 2 cents! Message us at feedback@electricstreams.com.  

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Aug 22, 2017

Today we’re traveling to the far off year of 1999 and visiting Moonbase Alpha. We’re talking about Space: 1999, starring Martin Landau and Barbara Bain.

  • Cultural Impact of Space 1999
  • Review of first episode
  • Martin Landau and Barbara Bain
  • Gerry and Sylvia Anderson

We let you decide what’s next! This week’s theme is female led television shows. You can choose from: I Love Lucy, Mary Tyler Moore, or The Golden Girls

 

 

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Jul 24, 2017

Today we’re traveling back to 1989, when White Castle trips were uneventful and Tumblr had not yet been invented. We’re talking about Doogie Howser, MD, starring a 16 year old Neil Patrick Harris.

Cultural Impact of Doogie Howser MD

Review of first two episodes

 

 

Neil Patrick Harris

Steven Bochco

 

 

We let you decide what’s next! With Martin Landau’s recent death, we’re offering television shows with the word “space” in the title. You can choose from: Lost in Space, Space: 1999, or Spaced

 

 

Let us know what you thought of this episode, maybe a show you’d like us to cover, or you just blatantly disagree with a host and want to voice your 2 cents! Message us at feedback@electricstreams.com.  

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Jul 10, 2017

Today’s episode is a trip back to 1985 when mullets were in fashion and the smartest among us carried messenger bags, MacGyver. First airing on September 29, 1985, MacGyver’s pilot is infamous for being one of the few episodes of television directed by Alan Smithee.

 

  • Cultural Impact of MacGyver
  • Review of the 1985 Pilot
  • Richard Dean Anderson
  • Discussion on 2016 Pilot

We let you decide what’s next! Here are three shows with child actors who all transitioned into adult stars: Doogie Houser, The Andy Griffith Show, and Brady Bunch.  Vote at our poll on twitter at @electricstream!

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